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Effective methods for carpet and upholstery cleaning

29th June 2012
Carpets and upholstery are important part of keeping indoor environment healthy. Carpets specially work as filter and trap pollen, dust, food particles, bacteria, skin cells, pet dander and other contaminants that circulate freely in indoor environment of... Read >
Author: fitcustomshirts

A Guide to Water Main Leak Detection and Water Valve Management Services

28th December 2011
Water leaks can occur in different areas of a water distribution network that serves a specific population. When a water leak occurs, it can often be the result of a water main leak. It is important to identify a water main leak as a huge volume of water ... Read >
Author: anoton

11 High Cost Inspection Traps You Should Know About Weeks Before Listing Your Home For Sale

06th December 2011
Homebuyers Want to Know Your Home Inside and Out While homebuyers are as individual as the homes they plan on purchasing, one thing they share is a desire to ensure that the home they will call their own is as good beneath the surface as it appears to be.... Read >
Author: Rob Andress

Tips for Waterproofing Basement Walls

27th July 2011
The Man Cave, the Lair, the Wonder Down-Under, or even the Stellar Cellar, all of these are inventive names people have made for their fun-filled or relaxing basements. However, a fun-filled basement cannot exist if it is not protected from harmful floodi... Read >
Author: Nikeita Moore

Safety Features on Electric Water Heaters

27th April 2011
One of the most important things to look for in electric water heaters are plenty of safety features. Professionals recommend periodic safety inspections on all water heating equipment to make sure all of your stuff is in good working order. Electric wate... Read >
Author: Kurt Zier

PVC Water Stop Seals, Water Stoppers, Water Bars

05th April 2011
PVC Water Stopper is a handy product to safeguard concrete constructions from excessive water pressure and leakage. Most important feature of PVC Water Bar is to adjust any expansion or contraction arising in the joints to avoid any damage to the structur... Read >
Author: Anuj Kr. Jain

How Can You Get Gold From Seawater?

11th March 2011
Incredible? No - it actually is possible. The amount of gold and precious metals in sea water is really incredible. Estimates say that mankind has mined more than 165,000 tons of gold since mining first began about 6,000 years ago. By comparison, the conc... Read >
Author: Phil Marks

Descale or Powerflush? This Is The Difference Between Them

31st January 2011
This article will explain the difference between a descale and a powerflush. Ill also attempt to explain some common problems with combination boilers and whether the solution is to powerflush, de-scale, do both, or do something else. There is no bind... Read >
Author: Jeffrey Pritchard

Bosch Aqua 16L Tankless Hot Water Heater Review

19th January 2011
Bosch is the lead producer of tankless water heaters not only for their quaility appliances but also because of their 12 year warranties. The Aqua 16L tankless hot water heater is one of those models with a high life expectation of over 20 years! This is ... Read >
Author: Peticulous

A Tankless Toilet For your Small Bathroom

25th October 2010
It is of little suprise that the tankless toilet is a toilet without the tank sitting on the back. You normal gravity fed toilets flush when you press the button of lever, alowing gravity to take care of the water flush. But with the tankless toilet, ... Read >
Author: Orlando Rodriguez

Disadvantages of Yellow Brass Fittings

22nd August 2010
No one likes calling the plumber, but if you've ever been in a situation where you see water leaking from the middle of a copper or brass pipe, you know there is really no choice. Leaky pipe problems like this often happen simply because of disadvantages ... Read >
Author: Carl Whitebird

Keep your place cool with misting cooling system

21st June 2010
During the summer months when the weather is humid and hot, you would obviously need a cooling system to overcome the physical discomfort. Misting is the best way to control hot summer conditions, because you can bring the temperature down and add moistur... Read >
Author: John peter

Basement Tanking: Introduction & Systems

03rd June 2010
Basement Tanking: Introduction & Systems Basement is the underground floor of a building below the ground floor. These are generally used for car parking, air conditioning system, water heater and others. Basements are typically used as the utility spa... Read >
Author: Venus Pareek

Would You Like a Nature Themed Bathroom? Begin With a Waterfall Shower Head

30th March 2010
A trend which I've noticed in recent years is nature themed bathrooms. Home owners are doing things such as putting in wall panels and shower stalls which are made out of, or at least seemingly to be made out of stones. They're putting flora in their bath... Read >
Author: Devon A Horowitz

A Homeowner's Guide to Indirect Hot Water Cylinders

05th March 2010
A Homeowner's Guide to Indirect Hot Water Cylinders So you've decided to replace your old indirect hot water cylinder but you're not sure what you need? Maybe you've just moved into a new home, maybe your old cylinder isn't providing the heat it use... Read >
Author: Sam Brown
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